Missouri Golf Post

(Kansas City, Mo.) – Head Coach Brianna Broderick and the UMKC women’s golf team announced the signing of Victoria Origel to a National Letter of Intent to continue her education and playing career at UMKC.

“We are happy to announce Victoria Origel has decided to be a ‘Roo and sign with our program,” Broderick said. “As our program continues to grow, she has committed to our desire for continual improvement. Victoria has the character and passion for the game of golf to contribute in a big way and will fit well with the culture we are building here at UMKC. She will bring years of competitive experience at the national and international level and will add even more depth to our talented team.”

Origel joins the ‘Roos out of Tecnologico de Monterrey in Irapuato, Mexico where she averaged a round of 77 with a low round of 71 last season. In 2015, Origel was part of a team that finished as the runner-up at the Challenge Cup, while finishing first in regionals from 2010-2015.

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